Eric Rudolph

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Image stitching allows users to combine multiple regular-sized photographs into a single wide-angle picture, often referred to as a panoramic picture. To create such a panoramic picture, users traditionally first take all the photographs , then upload them to a PC and stitch. During stitching, however, users often discover that the produced panorama(More)
Image stitching allows users to combine multiple regular-sized photographs into a single wide-angle picture, often referred to as a panoramic picture. To create such a panoramic picture, users traditionally first take all the photographs, then upload them to a PC and stitch. During stitching, however, users often discover that the produced panorama contains(More)
Image stitching allows users to combine multiple regular-sized photographs into a single wide-angle picture, often referred to as a panoramic picture. During stitching users often discover that the produced panorama contains arti-facts or is incomplete. Fixing these flaws requires retaking individual images, which is often difficult by this time. In this(More)
Group-to-individual (G2I) distributed meeting is an important but understudied area. Because of the asymmetry between different parties in G2I meetings, it has two unique challenges: 1) the remote participant tends to be ignored by the local participants; and 2) the remote participant has inferior audio, video, and data experience than the local(More)
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